|Patching Information||No-Header (SNES)|
|Game Date||24 December 1993|
|Release Date||05 December 2017|
|Last Modified||04 December 2017|
This is a block-pushing puzzle game modeled after the king of all block-pushing puzzlers, The Adventures of Lolo. The premise is simple. You are the young magician (witch?) May, who must prove to her headmaster that she is strong enough to graduate from the Magic Academy. Her father must have forgot to make a donation to the school or something, so now she has to actually earn that C. How does she need to prove her magical ability? Pushing blocks around, that how, dammit. To advance, you gotta push the “Magic Block” onto a specially-marked tile which unlocks the stairway to [s]heaven[/s] the next level. Sound easy? God damn, no. There’s spikes that destroy the Magic Block, there’s snakes that try to eat your eyes, and then there’s the game mechanics, which it doesn’t do very much in the way of explaining what they are and how they work. That must have been in the instruction manual… err… which we all have, because we only emulate games that we own, right? Right?!
This is an Spanish translation of Little Magic for the Super Nintendo.
Based on the English translation by Aeon Genesis.
ROM / ISO Information:
- Little Magic (Japan).sfc
- 512 KB (524.288 bytes)
- CRC32 9654194D
- MD5 0C0FE140C1851B2D80148118F1DE9B02
- SHA-1 60794DFDEBAF4A3F2295B388F02CE605E7DE8231